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Proposal for a cross-layer coordination framework for next generation wireless systems

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Proposal for a cross-layer coordination framework for next generation wireless systems
Cross-Layer design has been the focus of several recent research efforts. Due to the highly variable nature of the links used in wireless communication systems and the resource-poor nature of the wireless mobile devices, there have been multiple research efforts to improve the performance of the protocol stack by allowing cross-layer interaction in wireless systems. Cross-layer interaction means allowing communication of a layer with any other possibly non-adjacent layer in the protocol stack. Several issues related to the cross-layer design paradigm need to be addressed before it can achieve its promises. One of these issues is to have a well defined framework that manages the interaction between the different layers of the protocol stack, such that the modularity of the stack is preserved while still achieving the flexibility and adaptability which cross-layer design promises. This paper addresses this issue by proposing a cross-layer coordination framework for next generation wirel...
Karim M. El Defrawy, Magda El Zarki, Mohamed M. Kh
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IWCMC
Authors Karim M. El Defrawy, Magda El Zarki, Mohamed M. Khairy
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